Complete the Puzzle receives Walmart grant

Published 11:16 pm Friday, October 18, 2019

Complete The Puzzle, Inc., an autism resource center based in Virginia, recently announced it has been honored with a $500 grant from Walmart in its bid to make more resources available for children and youth with developmental disabilities.

Issued through the company’s community grants program, the Walmart Foundation, the grant offered support for the backpack and school supply drive the organization held to provide supplies to children and youth with special needs.

“The generous support from the Walmart Foundation will make a significant impact on our organization and in the lives of the children we serve for years to come,” said Timiko Blackman Winn, the chief executive officer and founder of Complete The Puzzle, Inc. “The grant was helpful to the backpack and school supply drive that was delivered to the children and youth.

Complete the Puzzle, Inc. is a premier Autism Resource Center. Its mission is to provide insight into ASD, ADHD, sensory processing disorder, speech impairment and cognitive disorders and to correct misconceptions on developmental disabilities. The main aim is to advocate, build acceptance, support parents and work to build a kinder, more inclusive world for children on the spectrum. To learn more, visit www.completethepuzzle.org or email completethepuzzles@gmail.com.